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Community Made

Jayson Gaignard

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Community Made

Community Made

Jayson Gaignard

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Self-Made is a myth. The truth is no one ever does it alone. We need other people to lean on and to learn from. The Community Made Podcast is an all access pass to lessons, learnings, and key insights from the world’s most fascinating entrepreneurs including Gary Vaynerchuk, Naveen Jain, Tim Ferris, and Shep Gordon. People who are not only winning in business, but winning in life as well. They say that an entrepreneur is someone who goes from working in their business to on their business. But there’s another level of entrepreneur who goes from working on their business to working on themselves. That’s who this podcast is for. My philosophy is that if I am transparent about my story, you can leverage my wins while at the same time avoiding my losses. Because in the words of Charlie Munger, "everyone learns from experience, but I’d rather learn from the experiences of others."

Latest Episodes

Not Just Another Podcast...

Jayson Gaignard shares how his rock bottom became a solid foundation upon which he rebuilt his life. Community Made is an all access pass into the lessons, learnings, insights, and wisdom of some of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs. People who are not only winning in business, but winning in at life as well.

14 MIN2017 SEP 12
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Not Just Another Podcast...

The Final Countdown

“The bad news is that time flies. The good news is you're the pilot.” - Michael Altshuler We often don’t make change in our lives until we reach a point of crisis. I’ve been guilty of this as well. Intellectually we only really get it when we’re staring death in the face or we’re staring short term deep pain I guess you could say. But by then it’s too late... we need to get ahead of it. And everyday life is deceptive, it allows us to believe our time is limitless on some level, but obvious

17 MIN2017 SEP 18
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The Final Countdown

Scaling Is Stupid

“There is nothing quite so useless as doing with great efficiency something that should not be done at all.” - Peter Drucker In today’s episode I’m going to challenge what I see as a religion in business... The religion of scale. Scaling has it’s benefits, but has it’s shortcomings as well. I call this a religion because entrepreneurs tend to have very strong attachments to this view point and get very defensive about it.

39 MIN2017 SEP 18
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Scaling Is Stupid

The Perfect Calendar

“You don’t need to make a million dollars a year in order to live like a millionaire." - Jayson Gaignard. Entrepreneurs are the some of the only people in this world who really have the privilege of true freedom. We can create a life to do what we want, when we want, with whoever we want. That is an incredible gift! So why then do most of us live a life of packed calendars? That’s chaos, not clarity. It’s not something we should be proud of...

40 MIN2017 SEP 18
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The Perfect Calendar

S1E4: Gary Vaynerchuk EQ, Awareness, and the Next Retail Boom

EThis episode comes straight from the MMT archives and features the most candid Q&A session Gary Vaynerchuk has ever done, in front of an audience of friends and peers. He goes deep, speaking frankly about his approach to running VaynerMedia and scaling it from 650 to 1,000 people in under a year, how emotional intelligence is his greatest strength, and what he sees as the next big retail boom: Starbucks for meditation.

87 MIN2017 SEP 25
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S1E4: Gary Vaynerchuk EQ, Awareness, and the Next Retail Boom

S1E5: Lessons From the Edge with Jordan Guernsey

EIn this episode I talk with a dear friend Jordan Guernsey just weeks before he passed away. Jordan was an incredible person, father, and husband who was diagnosed with stage three melanoma cancer while in the midst of scaling his business. We talk about the dangers of being a tunnel-visioned entrepreneur, Jordan’s struggle to step away from the business in order to focus on his health, his perspective on life and death, his family, meditation, and his spiritual journey during that time.

56 MIN2017 OCT 2
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S1E5: Lessons From the Edge with Jordan Guernsey

S1E6: Legacy, Family & Growing the Business with Tony Gareri and Matt Bertulli

EWhen it comes to scale, culture is king. You can’t successfully scale a business without having established core values to help build your team, and great internal culture to keep them for the long term. In this episode I sit down with Tony Gareri and Matt Bertulli to have a frank conversation about everything from seeing A-Players move on, action items for creating a great internal culture, working with family and spouses, and why they chose to scale their businesses.

75 MIN2017 OCT 9
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S1E6: Legacy, Family & Growing the Business with Tony Gareri and Matt Bertulli

S1E7: The Billionaire Moonshot with Naveen Jain

ENaveen grew up so poor that he and his family rarely had enough food to eat. Today, he’s the billionaire CEO of two game-changing companies: Moon Express and Viome. In this MMT archive episode of Community Made, Naveen talks about why you have to find your moonshot and take it, setting audacious goals, thinking not just outside the box but in a different box, and how he builds teams capable of changing life as we know it. He'll make you feel like your dreams aren’t big enough and you can do anything. ..

51 MIN2017 OCT 16
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S1E7: The Billionaire Moonshot with Naveen Jain

S1E8 - Master of Scale: Jim Estill’s 99 Consecutive Quarters of Profit

ESaud Juman and I interview Jim Estill, one of Canada’s most eccentric and notorious entrepreneurs. Jim has invested in over 150 businesses, boasts 99 consecutive quarters of profit, and successfully scaled his first business from zero to $2 Billion dollars. The three of us talk about the struggle of giving up control in order to scale, what to look for when you’re considering investments, understanding your niche, finding your micro competitive advantages, and why Jim does not give money to his kids.

92 MIN2017 OCT 25
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S1E8 - Master of Scale: Jim Estill’s 99 Consecutive Quarters of Profit

S1E9 - Scaling Solo vs. Partnerships with UJ Ramdas & Chris Plough

ETo partner or not to partner, that is the question... Pros and Cons of Scaling Solo vs. Partnerships in this episode of Community Made.

78 MIN2017 NOV 1
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S1E9 - Scaling Solo vs. Partnerships with UJ Ramdas & Chris Plough

Latest Episodes

Not Just Another Podcast...

Jayson Gaignard shares how his rock bottom became a solid foundation upon which he rebuilt his life. Community Made is an all access pass into the lessons, learnings, insights, and wisdom of some of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs. People who are not only winning in business, but winning in at life as well.

14 MIN2017 SEP 12
Comments
Not Just Another Podcast...

The Final Countdown

“The bad news is that time flies. The good news is you're the pilot.” - Michael Altshuler We often don’t make change in our lives until we reach a point of crisis. I’ve been guilty of this as well. Intellectually we only really get it when we’re staring death in the face or we’re staring short term deep pain I guess you could say. But by then it’s too late... we need to get ahead of it. And everyday life is deceptive, it allows us to believe our time is limitless on some level, but obvious

17 MIN2017 SEP 18
Comments
The Final Countdown

Scaling Is Stupid

“There is nothing quite so useless as doing with great efficiency something that should not be done at all.” - Peter Drucker In today’s episode I’m going to challenge what I see as a religion in business... The religion of scale. Scaling has it’s benefits, but has it’s shortcomings as well. I call this a religion because entrepreneurs tend to have very strong attachments to this view point and get very defensive about it.

39 MIN2017 SEP 18
Comments
Scaling Is Stupid

The Perfect Calendar

“You don’t need to make a million dollars a year in order to live like a millionaire." - Jayson Gaignard. Entrepreneurs are the some of the only people in this world who really have the privilege of true freedom. We can create a life to do what we want, when we want, with whoever we want. That is an incredible gift! So why then do most of us live a life of packed calendars? That’s chaos, not clarity. It’s not something we should be proud of...

40 MIN2017 SEP 18
Comments
The Perfect Calendar

S1E4: Gary Vaynerchuk EQ, Awareness, and the Next Retail Boom

EThis episode comes straight from the MMT archives and features the most candid Q&A session Gary Vaynerchuk has ever done, in front of an audience of friends and peers. He goes deep, speaking frankly about his approach to running VaynerMedia and scaling it from 650 to 1,000 people in under a year, how emotional intelligence is his greatest strength, and what he sees as the next big retail boom: Starbucks for meditation.

87 MIN2017 SEP 25
Comments
S1E4: Gary Vaynerchuk EQ, Awareness, and the Next Retail Boom

S1E5: Lessons From the Edge with Jordan Guernsey

EIn this episode I talk with a dear friend Jordan Guernsey just weeks before he passed away. Jordan was an incredible person, father, and husband who was diagnosed with stage three melanoma cancer while in the midst of scaling his business. We talk about the dangers of being a tunnel-visioned entrepreneur, Jordan’s struggle to step away from the business in order to focus on his health, his perspective on life and death, his family, meditation, and his spiritual journey during that time.

56 MIN2017 OCT 2
Comments
S1E5: Lessons From the Edge with Jordan Guernsey

S1E6: Legacy, Family & Growing the Business with Tony Gareri and Matt Bertulli

EWhen it comes to scale, culture is king. You can’t successfully scale a business without having established core values to help build your team, and great internal culture to keep them for the long term. In this episode I sit down with Tony Gareri and Matt Bertulli to have a frank conversation about everything from seeing A-Players move on, action items for creating a great internal culture, working with family and spouses, and why they chose to scale their businesses.

75 MIN2017 OCT 9
Comments
S1E6: Legacy, Family & Growing the Business with Tony Gareri and Matt Bertulli

S1E7: The Billionaire Moonshot with Naveen Jain

ENaveen grew up so poor that he and his family rarely had enough food to eat. Today, he’s the billionaire CEO of two game-changing companies: Moon Express and Viome. In this MMT archive episode of Community Made, Naveen talks about why you have to find your moonshot and take it, setting audacious goals, thinking not just outside the box but in a different box, and how he builds teams capable of changing life as we know it. He'll make you feel like your dreams aren’t big enough and you can do anything. ..

51 MIN2017 OCT 16
Comments
S1E7: The Billionaire Moonshot with Naveen Jain

S1E8 - Master of Scale: Jim Estill’s 99 Consecutive Quarters of Profit

ESaud Juman and I interview Jim Estill, one of Canada’s most eccentric and notorious entrepreneurs. Jim has invested in over 150 businesses, boasts 99 consecutive quarters of profit, and successfully scaled his first business from zero to $2 Billion dollars. The three of us talk about the struggle of giving up control in order to scale, what to look for when you’re considering investments, understanding your niche, finding your micro competitive advantages, and why Jim does not give money to his kids.

92 MIN2017 OCT 25
Comments
S1E8 - Master of Scale: Jim Estill’s 99 Consecutive Quarters of Profit

S1E9 - Scaling Solo vs. Partnerships with UJ Ramdas & Chris Plough

ETo partner or not to partner, that is the question... Pros and Cons of Scaling Solo vs. Partnerships in this episode of Community Made.

78 MIN2017 NOV 1
Comments
S1E9 - Scaling Solo vs. Partnerships with UJ Ramdas & Chris Plough
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